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  • Critics' Choice Television Awards to Honor Ryan Murphy

    The Broadcast Television Journalists Association will honor Ryan Murphy at this year's Critics' Choice Television Awards with the Critics' Choice LOUIS XIII Genius Award. The award was established to honor an icon in the television industry. Murphy is...
  • No summer vacation for network TV; it has big plans instead

    No summer vacation for network TV; it has big plans instead
    This post has been updated. See below for details. The summer blockbusters are coming. And to see them, you don't even need to get off your sofa. The TV networks are pouring unprecedented amounts of money — and some very creative deal-making...
  • Mark Ruffalo, Jim Parsons Praise Larry Kramer at HBO's 'The Normal Heart' Premiere

    It's no secret Ryan Murphy assembled a wide pool of recognizable names for HBO's movie adaptation of "The Normal Heart." Possibly the most surprising among those names? Jason Blum, the producer known for his Blumhouse empire of low-budget horror hits...
  • FX at 20: Cabler's Dramas Probe Dark Side of Human Nature

    Darkness becomes FX. Whether it's the Southern Gothic tone of "Justified," the evil incarnate of "American Horror Story," the Cold War paranoia of "The Americans" or the underlying menace of "Sons of Anarchy," the deeply flawed characters populating...
  • FX at 20: Cabler's Revenue Soars on Movies, Original Series

    On its 20th anniversary, the FX network could be viewed as a lovely birthday present for its corporate parent 21st Century Fox. Valued at $9.5 billion by media researcher SNL Kagan, the figure represents a considerable leap from its estimated $5 billion...
  • Q&A: Brad Falchuk and Noah Hawley Reap Benefits From Movie Stars' Move to TV

    Brad Falchuk ("American Horror Story") and Noah Hawley ("Fargo") didn't know each other well when they sat down for our Variety conversation, but by the time our hour together was over, the two showrunners had bonded over a mutual respect for their bosses...
  • Critics' Choice TV Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

    The Netflix newcomer "Orange Is the New Black" won for best comedy and AMC's departed veteran "Breaking Bad" won for top drama at the 4th Critics' Choice Television Awards, which were handed out by the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. on Thursday...
  • Live chat with 'American Horror Story's' Sarah Paulson

    Live chat with 'American Horror Story's' Sarah Paulson
    In the third installment of “American Horror Story,” the witches came out.  And Sarah Paulson, who played a headmistress of an academy for young witches, kept a watchful eye at all times—not even letting a bout of blindness cause her...
  • Fox Intl. Channels to Handle Sales of 'Wayward Pines'

    Fox International Channels is moving deeper into the content sales business with a pact to handle all international TV and home entertainment rights for the Fox series "Wayward Pines." The M. Night Shyamalan-produced thriller stars Matt Dillon, Melissa...
  • 21st Century Fox Reports Increased Revenue With Help From Super Bowl

    Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. saw a better-than-predicted 12% increase in third-quarter revenue, the company said. Operating earnings climbed 14%, buttressed by the conglom's television operations and broadcast of the Super Bowl, the most watched ever....
  • 'Fargo' Opens to Modest Ratings Tuesday for FX

    FX's well-reviewed drama "Fargo" opened to modest ratings Tuesday night, averaging 2.65 million viewers for its premiere airing. Among adults 18-49, the 90-minute opener drew roughly 1.02 million viewers (or a 0.8 national rating). In both the demo and...
  • Sundance Theater Lab to Develop New Plays by Pulitzer Winners Annie Baker, Doug Wright

    New plays by Pulitzer winners Annie Baker and Doug Wright are among the nine in-development stage projects tapped for the Sundance Institute's 2014 Theater Lab. Baker, who just picked up the Pulitzer for her play "The Flick," both writes and directs "The...